For users of Apple Inc.'s iTunes Store, the company's recent deal with EMI Group could be a real boon, because it will allow iTunes customers to download and listen to songs from EMI recording artists on devices other than Apple's iPod. But for students and other users of the legal music-download services that have been cropping up on college campuses in recent years, the deal holds less promise, industry experts say--and it's unlikely to spur more widespread use of these types of campus-based services in the future.

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